Our success is measured by our clients success


Ausinland is an Australian owned company. Its story started from the 2009 Victoria bushfires (Black Saturday).

The 2009 Victoria bushfires caused the highest loss of life from a bushfire in Australia. The stories of affected families shocked the community and forced us to think deeply of the reason and prevention methods. It pulled up the alarm of climate change and worsen El Nino phenomenon. Australian farmers have been struggling with hottest-ever drought for years.

Ausinland was founded with the original aspiration to provide support to farmers and small businesses in regional areas. Its limited resources were invested in the research of water preservation, irrigation, solar energy, desalination and infrastructure.

In the beginning years, the valuable cash flow came from farmers sourcing cost-effective machines, mining repair and service companies sourcing mechanical and electrical equipment,  and other services such as investment consulting, export consulting, logistics and even translation, overseas business tour, and friendship cities liaison.

To best meet the everyday demands and to support the long-term growth of our clients,  Ausinland invested heavily in 5 industries: Renewable Energy, Desalination and Irrigation, Advanced Manufacturing, AI & IoT, and Infrastructure.

From a humble start in Central Queensland, Ausinland has grown the business in domestic Australia and global market. The group of companies locating in United States, China, South Africa and Peru ensures Ausinland to provide high quality products, services and solutions to our clients.


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